Since arriving to Silicon Valley, people have been telling me where to look for jobs. I’m a Graphic Designer with Marketing Experience and Front-End Development Skills.
Here’s where people have been saying I should look:
- craigslist: SF bay area jobs
- Job Search | one search. all jobs. Indeed.com– It’s nice. I think this site is a very nice experience and I hope good employers are on there.
- AngelList – Where the world meets startups– good interface, once you establish profile, there’s a great user experience of looking at each fit and stating interest and applying or skipping.
- Monster Jobs – Job Search, Career Advice & Hiring Resources | Monster.com I spend all this time creating a profile and then when I’m browsing jobs, and click “apply now” it takes me to a completely different company Kelly Career Network where it seems like I have to fill out more forms.
- LinkedIn– Different ways to apply to a job breaks my flow a little bit. It’s either apply through LinkedIn or apply on the company’s website
- Job Search Engine | Simply Hired– This website uses Ziprecruiter for a part of the screening process. It’s not bad. Not many companies use this, though… I don’t think.
- Glassdoor – Get Hired. Love Your Job.– a few jobs looked promising. The first two postings I looked into, the position was filled. Not glassdoor’s fault.
- Dice.com – Job Search for Technology Professionals– kept showing me jobs I’m not qualified for… is this a filter issue?
- Hired – Job Search Marketplace. Job Hunting Simplified!– I’m not exactly the tech person that this marketplace is targeted to.